Policy & Regulation

Poland unimpressed by Gazprom’s antitrust pledges

Poland has yet to announce a formal position on the Gazprom antitrust case, but initial reactions suggest Warsaw does not believe the reforms go far enough Poland has yet to announce a formal position on the Gazprom antitrust case, but initial reactions suggest Warsaw does not believe the reforms go far enough.
By Andreas Walstad 25 May 2018 0 31031
Polish gas storage facilities Polish gas storage facilities. (PGNiG)

Poland does not appear to be satisfied with the outcome of the European Commission’s antitrust case against Gazprom and says it will replace Russian gas imports with Norwegian gas and LNG from other countries. 

PGNiG’s Maciej Woźniak said the commitments made by Gazprom to end the six-year antitrust case against the Russian company announced on Thursday would only increase Russia’s dominance of European gas markets and would not lead to lower prices for importers in Central and Eastern Europe. This was particularly true...